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Sasser or Proprietary OS – a panacea?

All the controversy about which OS is optimal for serious institutions seems to be,
can flare up with renewed vigor. Sasser, among the millions of personal computers, has managed to frolic in the British Coast Guard (Marine and Coastguard
Agency), as a result of which employees had to remember the good old days,
take out pens and paper and manually locate the ships.

It happened yesterday, when the first employees of state institutions began to return
after weekends to work and bring contaminated laptops with you or
actively use desktop systems left with Internet access
during the holidays. According to the initial estimates of analysts, the Sasser epidemic by
the scale and damage done is not inferior to the Blaster epidemic last August
of the year.

One can endlessly argue about what is one of the indirect reasons for the wide
the spread of a virus – carelessness of users or vulnerabilities in Windows,
one thing is clear for sure: the scale could be smaller if the organization (at least
government) used their own developments (well, tell me who
will come to mind to look for vulnerabilities in proprietary developments). Whatever they say,
while script-kiddies still prefer off-the-shelf exploits and known vulnerabilities.
For example, according to various sources, irix systems are the least likely to break, aix
and others, whose percentage among all used server operating systems is unlikely to reach
up to 1%.

Sasser, which appeared 17 days after its discovery, is a completely different matter
Windows vulnerabilities – 20 “holes” were described in a Microsoft bulletin
13 april. Since the beginning of distribution, on April 30, in nature, it was noticed
4 variants of the virus (basic and three strains, “optimized for speed
distribution “).

And finally, it is worth mentioning the data published by Kaspersky Lab,
published back on May 1:

It spreads over global networks, using a vulnerability for its reproduction
in the LSASS Microsoft Windows service. It is described in Microsoft Security
Bulletin MS04-011:

http: // www.microsoft.com / technet / security / bulletin / MS04-011.mspx

The worm is written in C / C ++ using the Visual C compiler. It has
size about 15 Kb, packed with ZiPack. When launched, the worm registers itself in the key
system registry autostart:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionRun]
avserve2.exe =% WINDIR% avserve2.exe

The worm scans IP addresses for computers affected by MS04-011 vulnerability.
Vulnerable computer on TCP port 9996 launches command shell “cmd.exe “and accepts a command to download and run a copy of the worm.

The download is performed via FTP – for this, the worm starts an FTP server
on TCP port 5554 and upon request from a vulnerable computer uploads its copy there.
The uploaded copy is named “N_up.exe “, where N is a random number.

Adapted from Slashdot, Newscientist,
Kaspersky Labs

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